I was having a conversation with an old friend. The conversation was lacklustre and so were we. For different reasons both of us were struggling with a profound sense of loss.
Any sense of loss, as we all know, feeds into every sense of loss we have ever known.
So there we were, two talented coaches struggling with our own baggage.
Struggling was the operative word.
My friend, who is more of a True Brit Stiff-Upper-Lip person than I am, said: “Well, you just have to get on with it, don’t you?”
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